Los Angeles Teams

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Ellis trade 'somewhat risky' for Dodgers (1:37)
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Robert Quinn finally feeling rejuvenated (0:30)
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Moore falls just short of no-hitter to propel Giants (1:16)
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Moore's no-hitter broken up with one out to go (0:19)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants 4, Dodgers 0, Final. Matt Moore allows one hit and gets the Giants to within two games of the Dodgers' division lead.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Corey Seager delivers a bloop single to right ending Matt Moore's no-hit bid. It was Moore's 133rd pitch. It is also Corey Seager Bobblehead Night at the ballpark.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Moore at 130 pitches and one out from a no-no.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Span picks one off the deck to preserve Matt Morre's no-hitter in the ninth inning. Two outs to go.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Hernandez, Kendrick, Seager due up for the Dodgers in the ninth inning as the Giants' Matt Moore goes for a no-hitter.

Jim Bowden ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Moore has a no-hitter through 8 innings with 119 pitches and now the question is will MGR Bruce Bochy let him finish it or take him out because of pitch count. 4-0 Giants after 8

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants' Matt Moore has a no-hitter in Los Angeles through eight innings, with a season-high 119 pitches.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Moore has a no-hitter through 8.1 innings, but he's not going to finish this one as he's at 109 pitches after striking out Chase Utley. His career high is 120 pitches, but that came in 2013 before he had Tommy John surgery. The bullpen is getting loose.

Adam Amin ESPN College Football 

No team has ever had a no-hitter in five consecutive seasons. Giants have had one each of the last four seasons (Cain, Lincecum, Lincecum, Heston). Dodgers are the only other team to have one in four straight seasons (all Koufax from '62-'65). H/T @waynerandazzo

Adam Amin ESPN College Football 

No team has ever had a no-hitter in five consecutive seasons. Giants have had one each of the last four seasons (Cain, Lincecum, Lincecum, Heston). Dodgers are the only other team to have one in four straight seasons (all Koufax from '62-'65).